Alla Pugacheva: Biography and music career

Published At: 06 March 2020 , 02:08 PM

Biography of Alla Pugacheva

Alla Borisovna Pugacheva (1949) - singer, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, People's Artist of the RSFSR, USSR.

Alla Pugacheva was born on April 15, 1949, in Moscow. In the biography of Pugacheva since childhood, a passion for singing was manifested. In 1965, she graduated from high school. While in the same year, the first song of Pugacheva was recorded. She spent the next two years touring the Arctic. In 1967, she became a concertmaster at the school of circus and pop art. After that, in 1969, Pugacheva began to sing in the ensemble "New Electron".

 In general, she was a member of many groups: the Muscovites ensemble, the Oleg Lundstrem orchestra, the Cheerful Guys ensemble, the Rhythm and Recital groups. For the first time in her biography, Pugacheva starred in the title role in the film "The Woman Who Sings." Taking the nickname Boris Gornobos, she wrote the music for the same movie. Finally, in 1981, she graduated from the Lunacharsky Institute of Theater Arts.

Pugacheva's songs quickly gained popularity. She began to lead the program "Christmas meetings" in 1988. The singer has released many albums (about 60). In addition, she participated in various contests, festivals (as a participant and a member of the jury), programs, programs. She has conducted many touring tours (in Europe, India, Australia, USA). In 2005, together with Igor Krutoy, she organized the festival "Song of the Year."


During her musical career, the singer has created several creative unions. So, for example, the most famous - Pugacheva and Galkin, in which there was also a place for personal sympathies. In 1980, she became the Honored Artist of the RSFSR, 1985 - People's Artist of the RSFSR, in 1991 - People's Artist of the USSR. He has many medals, awards, prizes, awards, in addition - he bears the title of a great woman of the 20th century. With her name, collections of perfumes and shoes are produced. Four times Alla Pugacheva was married: to M.E. Orbakas (1969 - 1971), A. Stefanovich (1976 - 1980), E. Boldin (1985 - 1993), F. Kirkorov (1994 - 2005).